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LGBT Rights in Guizhou province

The laws displayed for Guizhou are the same as China.
    Homosexuality
    ✔ Legal
    Gay Marriage
    ✖ Other type of partnership
    Censorship
    ✖ State-enforced
    Changing Gender
    ✖ Legal, but requires surgery
    Non-binary gender recognition
    ✖ Not legally recognized
    Discrimination
    Unknown
    Employment Discrimination
    Ambiguous
    Housing Discrimination
    Varies by Region
    Adoption
    Varies by Region
    Military
    Ambiguous
    Donating Blood
    ✖ Banned (indefinite deferral)
    Conversion Therapy
    ✖ Not banned
    Age of Consent
    ✔ Equal
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History

Homosexual activity in Guizhou

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Homosexual activity in Guizhou is legal.

Current status
Legal
While no laws ever existed to criminalize sodomy, homosexual can still be classified as a mental disorder.
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Same-sex marriage in Guizhou

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Same-sex marriage in Guizhou is other type of partnership.

Current status
Since Jan 2017
Other type of partnership
There are no laws in China recognizing same-sex marriage in China. But Chinese activists say that legality may happen in the next couple of decades.

China allows " Legal Guardianship " system since March 2017.
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Censorship of LGBT Issues in Guizhou

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Censorship of LGBT Issues in Guizhou is state-enforced.

Current status
State-enforced
China censors LGBT content, including LGBT-themed films, TV shows, and media. According to The Guardian, the Chinese government has "banned all depictions of gay people on television," calling it "vulgar, immoral and unhealthy content." The popular "boy love" (BL) TV drama "Addicted" was banned in 2016.

A Chinese broadcaster, Mango TV, which broadcasts Eurovision blurred a rainbow flag during the semi-final of the show.

In April of 2022, a few lines of dialog were removed from the Chinese release of the film 'Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore.' The dialog referenced the gay romance between Albus Dumbledore and Gellert Grindelwald.

Right to change legal gender in Guizhou

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Right to change legal gender in Guizhou is legal, but requires surgery.

Current status
Legal, but requires surgery
"Sex change operation technical management standard" allows surgeries, and "Reply on household registration change gender related issues after the project's citizens Transsexual" by the Police Ministry allowed the legal gender to be changed.
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Jan 1, 2011–Sep 1, 2018
Ambiguous
Sex change laws are vague. Missing non binary options on documents.
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Legal recognition of non-binary gender in Guizhou

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Legal recognition of non-binary gender in Guizhou is not legally recognized.

Current status
Not legally recognized
According to Wikipedia.
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LGBT discrimination in Guizhou

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LGBT discrimination in Guizhou is unknown.


Until -0001
No protections
No protections for housing discrimination
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Current status
Unknown

LGBT employment discrimination in Guizhou

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LGBT employment discrimination in Guizhou is ambiguous.

Current status
Ambiguous
“All persons holding the nationality of the People's Republic of China are citizens of the People's Republic of China.

All citizens of the People's Republic of China are equal before the law.

The state shall respect and protect human rights.”
Sources:
basiclaw.gov.hk/en/constitu…~:text=Article%2033,respect%20and%20protect%20human%20rights.
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Until Nov 30, -0001
No protections
Under Chinese Labour Law, there are no protections specifically protecting LGBT people.
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LGBT housing discrimination in Guizhou

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LGBT housing discrimination in Guizhou is varies by region.

Current status
Varies by Region
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Same-sex adoption in Guizhou

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Same-sex adoption in Guizhou is varies by region.

Current status
Since Sep 6, 2018
Varies by Region
Single nationwide. but laws might be pending for same sex couples in some areas.
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Dec 4, 1982–Sep 6, 2018
Illegal
The China Center of Adoption Affairs (CCAA) does not allow same-sex couples to adopt, nor does it allow foreign same-sex couples to adopt a baby from China.
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Serving openly in military in Guizhou

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Serving openly in military in Guizhou is ambiguous.

Current status
Since Oct 1, 1949
Ambiguous
For homosexuals the policy is don't ask don't tell banned for transgenders
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Blood donations by MSMs in Guizhou

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Blood donations by MSMs in Guizhou is banned (indefinite deferral).

Current status
Since Jul 1, 2012
Banned (indefinite deferral)
Homosexual men who are sexually active with other men can not donate blood in China, however, in 2012, the Chinese Ministry of Health lifted the ban against lesbians donating blood.
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1998–Jul 1, 2012
Banned (indefinite deferral)
In 1998, China banned homosexual men and women from donating blood out of fear of spreading HIV.
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Conversion therapy in Guizhou

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Conversion therapy in Guizhou is not banned.

Current status
Not banned
Although a Beijing court ruled conversion therapy illegal in 2014, there is no outright ban and the practice remains widespread throughout China.
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Equal age of consent in Guizhou

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Equal age of consent in Guizhou is equal.

Current status
Since Oct 1, 1949
Equal
The age of consent in China is 14 for both same-sex and opposite sex couples.
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